Grateful Dead Live at Hollywood Palladium on 1971-08-06
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- Grateful Dead
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Bertha, Playin' In The Band, Loser, Mr. Charlie, Cumberland Blues, Brokedown Palace, Me And Bobby McGee, Hard To Handle, Casey Jones
Saint Stephen, Truckin'-> Drums-> The Other One-> Me & My Uncle-> The Other One, Deal, Sugar Magnolia, Morning Dew, Turn On Your Love Light
"WRS Prelude' tease after "Me & My Uncle" - Other artist(s): NRPS -full moon -,full lunar eclipse 'Sugaree" appears on some audience tapes, but may be from another show. The stellar Hard to Handle from the circulating AUD can be heard on the commercial release Fallout from the Phil Zone.
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|Playing in the Band|
|Me & Bobby McGee|
|Hard to Handle|
|The Other One >|
|Me & My Uncle >|
|The Other One|
- 2014-04-14 11:24:40
- Hollywood, CA
- Run time
- Lineage: MAR (Harvey Kaslow) @ 7 1/2 ips. > R @ 7 1/2 ips.(Don Wolfe); Transfer info: Akai GX636 direct tape head output > Bottlehead tube tape pre pair Tesla tubes circa 1980 > Apogee Mini Me 24/96 > Apogee Mini DAC monitoring and mastering > FLAC
- Taped by
- Harvey Kaslow
- Transferred by
- Matt Smith and Don Wolfe
- Hollywood Palladium
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Covid 19 Pandemic
I don't know how many times I've listen to this show, however this is the first time I've listen to this recording. What can be said that some other Dead Head has said about this show other than by ANY recording standard this has to be the best LIVE recording ever. Whomever recorded this was in the "Goldie Locks" zone of the Palladium and created what can only be called a recording gem even by live Dead Head Shows. If there was one word to describe this show is BOUNCE!. Every Song just bounces. Anyways, 25 years later, still have a healthy obsession with the Dead and this show. Peace out y'all, and I hope you survive coronachan with good health.
Subject: Amazing show, Decent recording
But really, when a show is THIS GOOD... the recording matters less!
From a historical perspective, this show is a little over a month before Pigpen was hospitalized, and missed some shows, I think, before rejoining the band. So, this may have been the Zenith of the Pigpen era. The Berkley show 8 days later is pretty hot too, but I still give this one the nod. If you like Me and Bobby McGee, THIS show is DA BOMB. But check out the version from 8/14/71 Berkley, too, and note the difference in Jerry's solos.
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